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Important - Handbook for Parents

Lifelong Learning Centre

Mature student, financial support, pathways and entry requirements.

https://llclanding.leeds.ac.uk/our-events/

URGENT - Letter to Parents

Urgent - Early Years, Year 1 and Year 6 parents survey re. Children returning to school

Please find the attached letter regarding possible reopening of school June 2020 . Can you please fill out the survey link by Thursday 21st May 3 pm

https://forms.gle/UBK3iMibiqeKtT18A

A special message from Staff

Teacher_life_in_Lockdown.mp4

FAO all Parents

If you are struggling with living costs or food, please see the links below…

https://bradfordnorth.foodbank.org.uk/ - Food bank

https://www.advicenow.org.uk/tags/social-fund-payments - Families struggling with living costs

Home learning through Seesaw

We will now be using Seesaw for your children to access their home learning. This platform will allow us to share everything your child needs during this period of learning from home. It will also allow us to communicate with your children and see responses from them.

 

Please click the link below to log in.

https://web.seesaw.me/

and then insert your child’s access code.

 

Every child should now have their own access code. If you do not have a code then please email:

seesaw.learning@brackenhillprimary.co.uk

Well done to the children of key workers who have commemorated VE day with some beautiful crafts

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Instructions for how to use Seesaw

Seesaw page 1Seesaw page 2Seesaw page 3
Please be assured that we are closely monitoring the fast changing Govermnent information and we will keep Parents and Carers updated when we recieve any new information.
We currently have spaces in Nursery and Reception. Contact the office for more details.
School News Feed
  • Home_learning
    10 June 2020
    You Tube Kids
    Please find this weeks edition of 'Web-Safe Wednesdays'.
  • Important
    3 June 2020
    A reminder about water safety
    Dear Parent / Carer, Yorkshire Water Services Limited have asked us to share the important messages below with our families - In this current hot weather, people are often tempted to cool down by taking a swim in reservoirs or rivers. However, cold water can be a killer and we'd like to raise awareness of these risks amongst school communities. Cold water shock can lead to hyperventilation, increased blood pressure, breathing difficulties and heart attacks plus water temperatures remain just as cold in summer as in winter. We are supporting the ‘Float to Live’ safety message from the Royal National Life Saving Institute (RNLI). In their hard-hitting video, they deliver advice on how to react should you become stricken in cold water. Everyone who falls unexpectedly into cold water wants to follow the same instinct, to swim hard and to fight the cold water. But when people fight it, chances are, they lose. Cold water shock makes you gasp uncontrollably and breathe in water, which can quickly lead to drowning. If children find themselves unexpectedly in the water, the message is to float until the cold water shock has passed and they will be able to control their breathing and have a far better chance of staying alive. It is important that we share water safety advice with our young people to prevent further incidents occurring. Below is advice from the West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service and links to two youtube videos which might be of useful to watch with children - Yorkshire Water twitter post https://twitter.com/YorkshireWater/status/1267425988847325184 #coldwaterkills https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ile-FwNEafk #FloatToLive https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OBCFEEZe1U Thank you all for your cooperation. Yorkshire Water Services Limited Registered Office Western House, Halifax Road, Bradford, BD6 2SZ Registered in England and Wales No 2366682 Further advice from West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service Safety Advice for Dog Walkers · Avoid throwing sticks or balls near water for dogs – they will go after it if they think you want it back even if you’ve thrown it too far or into dangerous water · Never enter the water to try and save a dog – the dog usually manages to scramble out · Even dogs that like swimming can usually only swim for short bursts – keep an eye of your dog and don’t let it enter the water if it’s older or tired · If your dog loves the water keep it on a lead and make sure you have control to prevent it jumping into hazardous or unsafe areas · Remember the wet riverbanks, steep edges or jagged rocks can make it hard for a dog to scramble out and be a slip risk for owners · Don’t lean into water and try and lift your dog out – you can topple in · Dogs can have cold water shock too · If your dog has struggled in the water it may have inhaled water and should see a vet as dogs can drown after the event if water has entered the lungs What to do if someone falls into deep water: · The first thing to do is call for help – straightaway. Call 999, ask for fire service and ambulance. The emergency services will need to know where you are. Accurate information can save precious minutes. If you have a smart phone and have location services or map tool enabled, this can help. · Don’t hang up – stay on the line but try and continue to help the person if appropriate. · Never ever enter the water to try and save someone. This usually ends up adding to the problem. If you go into the water you are likely to suffer from cold · Can the person help themselves? Shout to them ‘Swim to me’. The water can be disorientating. This can give them a focus. · Look around for any lifesaving equipment. Depending on where you are there might be lifebelts or throw bags – use them. If they are attached to a rope make sure you have secured or are holding the end of the rope so you can pull them in. · If there is no lifesaving equipment look at what else you can use. There may be something that can help them stay afloat – even an item such as a ball can help. · You could attempt to reach out to them. Clothes such as scarves can be used to try and reach or a long stick. If you do this lie on the ground so your entire body is safely on the edge and reach out with your arm. Don’t stand up or lean over the water– you may get pulled in. · Be mindful that if the water is cold the person may struggle to grasp an object or hold on when being pulled in. For more information visit: http://www.rlss.org.uk/water-safety/drowning-prevention-week/ https://rnli.org/
  • Important
    21 May 2020
    What parents and carers need to know about schools, colleges and other education settings during the coronavirus outbreak - GOV.UK
    Dear Parent / Carer, Please find some useful information attached regarding 'What parents and carers need to know about schools, colleges and other education settings during the coronavirus outbreak' from GOV.UK - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers Kind Regards
  • Important
    14 May 2020
    Urgent
    Please find the attached letter regarding possible reopening of school June 2020 . Can you please fill out the survey link by Thursday 21st May 3 pm https://forms.gle/UBK3iMibiqeKtT18A
  • Important
    27 April 2020
    Contact from school
    Dear Parent / Carer, We hope you and your families are keeping well and safe. Over the next few weeks, a member of staff from your child's class will be calling you at home to have a quick chat with the children, just to say hello and touch base. The staff here are missing the children and we hope the children will enjoy speaking to someone from school. So please watch this space for the phone call, as mentioned, over the next few weeks when staff members from your child's class will be in school. Take care and the staff look forward to speaking to all the children soon.
  • Important
    17 April 2020
    Free School Meals
    Dear Parent / Carer, We hope you are keeping well in these difficult times and managing to stay as safe as possible. We have some important messages regarding free school meals so please read the below carefully - The first batch of free school meal vouchers were approved on 3rd April 2020. These vouchers are only valid for ONE MONTH, so this first voucher needs to be used by 2nd May 2020 at the latest. There have been issues with the Government website that we apply for these vouchers through since last week so the second batch of vouchers have taken longer to come through this week. Please be assured these are on their way to those that are eligible. Please keep an eye on your email over the weekend and check your junk mail too. If you haven't received your vouchers by Monday, please contact school then. Please note, these vouchers are for BENEFITS based free school meals only, not universal free school meals that all children receive in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. If you are struggling at home and need help, please know we are here to help wherever we can so please contact us if you are facing difficulties. If your situation has changed and you think you will now be eligible for benefits based free school meals, you can apply online through the link below - https://online.bradford.gov.uk/ufs/FREE_SCHOOL_MEALS.eb?ebd=0&ebp=20&ebz=1_1582722834104 You can also call the free school meal team at Bradford Council on 01274 432772 Please stay safe and take care. From all of us at Brackenhill Primary School.
  • General
    3 April 2020
    Free School Meal E Vouchers
    Dear Parent / Carer, If you are expecting a Free School Meal E-Voucher, please could you wait a few days to give the voucher chance to come through before emailing or calling the office. Thank you.
  • Important
    3 April 2020
    Free School Meals - E-Voucher
    Dear Parents/Carers We hope you are safe and well. Thank you for your patience during this difficult time. If you are in receipt of current free school meals, i.e. you are on benefits, you will receive an email with a 16 digit code. The guidance attached has all the information you will need to receive an e-code. Please read carefully and follow the instructions. If you do not receive an email and you are on benefits and receive free school meals, please email the school office with your child/ren's full names and year group - on office@brackenhillprimary.co.uk If your child is in Reception, Year 1 or Year 2, you will only get an email if both parents are not working and are in receipt of benefits. We endeavour to support you in any way we can. Please bare with us as we try to get the system up and running. This may take a couple of days due to technical glitches. Again thank you for your cooperation. Kind Regards, Mrs Ishtiaq Deputy Headteacher
  • Important
    1 April 2020
    Useful information - Please read
    Dear Parent / Carer & Staff, Please find below and attached some useful information we wanted to share with you: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKBMD/bulletins/2841cfd Take care and stay safe Senior Leadership Team
  • Important
    26 March 2020
    Emergency Key Resources
    Please find attached a list of resources in our local area
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